Bootstrap Advantages

Creating a website is not just to promote your business, it helps in creating brand awareness, gives a platform for people to interact, approach and discover as well. To market a product or service effectively, you should have a web page that is viewable in a variety of devices. In today’s world you have smart phones, tablets, laptops, desktops and an ongoing increase in the kind of devices and form factors. Hence to solve the issue of being able to view websites or content on all such devices effectively, we can use bootstrapping.


What is Bootstrap?

Bootstrap is a front-end framework that is developed to support creating dynamic websites and web applications. It is one of the most preferred front-end frameworks as it aids an easy and fast processing to develop a website. It supports all major browsers and fast loading responsive web pages.


Bootstrap consists of HTML and CSS-based design templates for various interface components and is aimed to ease web development. By updating the CSS, you can adapt to modern trends quickly. The developers should concentrate more on interaction components as the bootstrap itself will take care of standard views of data, which can be altered later if you wish to.

Bootstrap is compatible with almost all the latest version browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera, Firefox, and Safari. It supports the responsive web design and dynamically adjusts the layout of web pages by considering the characteristics of the device used.

Advantages of Bootstrap

Speed of Development

The speed of development is one of its major advantages. If you want to develop an application or a website promptly, it is imperative to consider using Bootstrap. It helps to save your coding effort by offering less CSS functionality and pre-built blocks of code rather than structuring code from the scratch. Ready-made themes of Bootstrap will help achieve your needs through a faster route.



According to CISCO’s predictions, global mobile data traffic will increase approximately 11-fold between 2013 and 2018. These statistics points to the need for a responsive website in varied kinds of mobile devices.

Bootstrap is equipped with responsive layout and 12-column grid system that help dynamically adjust the website to a suitable screen resolution. The ‘responsive utility classes’ feature of Bootstrap enables you to hide / show a certain section of content for a particular screen size.



Consistency was the fundamental principle behind the introduction of Bootstrap. It ensures the ultimate consistency regardless of designer/developer, who is working on it. Moreover, the results work uniformly across various browsers and the output remains same.



Bootstrap facilitates abundant customization and helps developers in designing tailor made websites, according to their specifications. It has the facility to select any feature that is actually needed to create a customized website. With this feature, one can get rid of what they do not require.



Bootstrap helps to fix issues promptly with an immense support community. Bootstrap also releases continual updates to fix any new issues. Currently, it is being developed, hosted and maintained by GitHub with over 9000 commits and 500 contributors.

Bootstrap is an awesome framework with rich features. It is the latest in innovation for responsive development and supports designing of websites and apps faster, easier and better.

About Bharath S

Bharat is a User Experience designer, who focus on user problems and provide genuine solutions. He is specialized in mobile, web, and brand identity designing.

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